In Galaxy Note 9, which was exhibited at the New York Unpacked event, Samsung took a break after talking about the release of the new product by phone.
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The new Galaxy Watch Presentation was announced shortly after Samsung showed rumor like a brand new S pen with Bluetooth LE connectivity and a smart feature set based on it.
Samsung said that the new S pen introduced a whole new Galaxy watch, not the only device that can connect to the new notebook.
However, the new smart watch has the same LTE connection as the latest Apple Watch model, so you do not need to connect to the smartphone.
Like other smart watches, the new Samsung device incorporates many health and fitness features. Galaxy Watch supports many activities and automatically detects specific exercises. In addition, Galaxy Watch tracks your heart rate and detects abnormalities, Samsung said on stage.
Other smart features are available in Bixby's support, Samsung's voice assistant, Galaxy Note 9 and others.
Other features include glass Gorilla DX +, Bluetooth 4.2, 1.5 GB RAM protected with Wi-Fi b / g (768 MB only for Bluetooth version), 4 GB internal memory, 30 mm or 33 mm circular display (42 mm and 46 mm Version) / n. This watch is compatible with smartphones running Wearable OS 4.0 based on Tizen and running Android 5.0 or later or iPhone 5 or later.
An interesting point of Samsung Galaxy Watch that Samsung shares on the stage is that it works for several days with a single battery charge thanks to a whole new chip designed for portable devices.
The 42 mm version of Galaxy Watch will be $ 329.99 and the 46 mm model will be $ 349.99. Both are Bluetooth version only. These will be available on August 24 from many vendors including Amazon, Best Buy, Samsung and others.
The LTE model sold at AT & T, Samsung.com, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon will be released later in the year 2018, but the price has not been disclosed yet. Pre-order begins on August 10th and there are free surveillance groups by September 8th.
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